As a Crown corporation, JCCBI recognizes the importance of sound governance, effective risk management, and ethical business practices in all its activities.
The Corporation therefore pays close attention to risk management, accountability, ethical conduct, and sustainable procurement throughout its operations.
JCCBI’s 2020-2023 sustainable development plan was created in line with the orientations of the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy and the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.
An internal Sustainable Development Committee of senior administrators and managers meets regularly to ensure the sustainable development plan is being implemented.
A low-carbon economy contributes to limiting global average temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius and supports efforts to limit the increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
The Government of Canada will transition to low-carbon, climate-resilient, and green operations.
Clean and healthy lakes and rivers support economic prosperity and the well-being of Canadians.
Canadians are informed about the value of nature, experience nature first hand, and actively engage in its stewardship.
All Canadians live in clean, sustainable communities that contribute to their health and well-being.
Ensure that our activities and those of our partners are conducted ethically and transparently in accordance with applicable laws and regulations as well as best practices.
Manage risks preventively and systemically while covering all economic, social and environmental risks.
Integrate sustainable development into the Corporation’s procurement processes.
Implementation of a sustainable development governance structure.
Development of the 2020-2023 action plan in line with the goals of the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy.
Participation in the Espace de concertation sur les pratiques d’approvisionnement responsable (ECPAR) to improve the Corporation’s procurement processes.